The Gender Equity Resource Center offers educational opportunities through a variety of staff and student led workshops. Workshops for campus organizations and departments are free, though we ask you submit workshop requests at least two weeks in advance. The earlier we recieve a request the more likely we will be able to accommodate your requested dates. Workshop requests from off-campus organizations will be considered, though availability may be restricted, and will only be presented for a fee.
* For info about the Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Education Requirement, click the "Education & Training" tab on http://survivorsupport.berkeley.edu/learn-more.
We share a workshop request form with our other colleagues in the Centers for Educational Justice and Community Engagement. When you are filling out the form, please indicate you would like a workshop from the Gender Equity Resource Center. Please click here to request a workshop!
Workshops by Category
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- Healthy Relationships
- Sexual Harassment
- Spectrum of Sexual Violence (sexual assault, stalking, dating violence and domestic violence)
Cal Self Defense for All (CSDA) is a program that addresses violence and harassment in our community by empowering members of our community to know about the problem, develop personal strategies, and learn about physical resistive techniques in a supportive environment. Building on our current CalRAD Program (using Rape Aggression Defense Systems curriculum) that is focused on women, we are expanding this programs to include more offerings like R.A.D. for Men and specific programming addressing the needs of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer (LGBTQ+) community on campus.
R.A.D. Basic Physical Defense for Women (9 hours)
Th Jan 25, Tu Jan 30 and Th Feb 1, 2018 - 5-8:30pm - Location TBA
Workshops are set every semester, and can be requested based on instructor availability. Please email email@example.com for more information.
- Do you know how to respond if a staff member you supervise initiates a gender confirmation plan to undergo transition in the workplace?
- Are you aware that many students and other staff members use pronouns such as “they” and “ze”?
- Gender identity is a protected category in state non-discrimination law and campus non-discrimination policy, are you are aware of what you need to know to be in compliance?
- You've never been to a trans-focused workshop before - you may not know what you don't know!